The Statistics Proxy Server
We present a real-time statistical analysis tool for soccer. This system is designed to promote the advancement of RoboCup by facilitating fundamental research on issues such as learning and team evaluation and assessment. Analysis of a game is carried out by a central server, to which clients can connect to request data. We describe the operation of the system and give examples of its potential applications.
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